Spaniard Marc Marquez retained his MotoGP world title with a second place finish at his team Honda's home Motegi circuit in the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday. More »Motorcycling - Motorcycling-Marquez finishes second to retain MotoGP title
MotoGP race direction has penalised Hiroshi Aoyama for an incident with a marshal during third practice for the Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi. More »Motorcycling - Aoyama penalised for striking marshal
Andrea Dovizioso gave Ducati its first MotoGP pole in four years at Motegi, ahead of Valentino Rossi, as Marc Marquez failed to make the front row. More »Motorcycling - Dovizioso gives Ducati pole at Motegi
Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso has smashed the Motegi MotoGP outright lap record on his way to only his second-ever Grand Prix pole position. More »Motorcycling - Dovizioso smashes lap record to grab Motegi pole
Marc Marquez overcame an early technical problem that forced him onto his spare Honda to set the pace in third practice for MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix at More »Motorcycling - Marquez fastest despite problems
Three-time World Supersport Champion Kenan Sofuoglu will remain in the series next year after signing to ride for the San Carlo Puccetti squad. More »Superbikes - Sofuoglu remains with Kawasaki in World Supersport
Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso is surprised by his pace straight out of the box in today’s opening Motegi MotoGP free practice. More »Motorcycling - MotoGP Motegi: Dovizioso 'surprised' by pace
Andrea Dovizioso put Ducati on top at the end of MotoGP Friday practice for the Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi. More »Motorcycling - Dovizioso ends Motegi first practice on top
Jorge Lorenzo denied Marc Marquez the top spot in opening practice for MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix at a sunny Motegi. More »Motorcycling - Lorenzo beats Marquez in Japanese MotoGP practice
Marc Marquez has described staying on slicks at a wet Aragon as "really stupid", but will still take risks at Motegi. More »Aragon Grand Prix - Marquez: I was 'really stupid' at Aragon
Tommy Hill is hoping to announce his 2015 rider line-up just after the Brands Hatch round. More »Superbikes - Hill expected to announce rider line-up 'in two weeks'
James Ellison says he is hopeful of remaining with his current GBmoto Kawasaki MCE British Superbike squad. More »Superbikes - Ellison 'hopeful' of remaining at Kawasaki
Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki’s Stuart Easton is closing in on the Riders Cup after respectable fifth and sixth place finishes during the MCE British Superbike More »Superbikes - Silverstone BSB: Easton closing in on Riders Cup
Quattro Plant Kawasaki’s Dan Linfoot bagged some valuable points over the course of the MCE British Superbike weekend at Silverstone. He came away with a fourth More »Superbikes - Silverstone BSB: Linfoot trying not to be ?too greedy?
Voltcom Suzuki’s Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes came away from the World Superbike round at Magny-Cours with a total of zero points. More »Superbikes - Magny-Cours WSBK: 'Point-less' day for Voltcom Suzuki pair
Jonathan Rea’s day started off swimmingly in wet and windy conditions during the World Superbike round at Magny-Cours. More »Superbikes - Magny-Cours WSBK: A day of two halves for Rea
BMW’s Ryuichi Kiyonari had two epic battles with Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki’s Shane Byrne during the MCE British Superbike double-header at Silverstone. More »Superbikes - Silverstone BSB: Kiyo feeling the 'pressure' from rival Byrne
Aprilia’s Marco Melandri was given orders by his team to let his garage partner Sylvain Guintoli take both of the victories at Magny-Cours. More »Superbikes - Magny-Cours WSBK: Melandri ignored team orders out of 'respect'
Kawasaki’s Tom Sykes still leads the overall World Superbike championship standings, but his advantage has been cut to 12 points from Sylvain Guintoli. More »Superbikes - Magny-Cours WSBK: Sykes 'restricted' by the wet conditions
Leon Haslam bagged his first podium for the Pata Honda team, his 29th in total during the second World Superbike race at Magny-Cours. More »Superbikes - Magny-Cours WSBK: Haslam bags his first podium for Pata Honda
Buildbase BMW’s Ryuichi Kiyonari won the battle of the triple-champs in the second MCE British Superbike race at Silverstone. More »Superbikes - Silverstone BSB: Kiyo hits back to take race two win
Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki’s Shane Byrne was victorious in an epic three-way battle in the opening MCE British Superbike race. More »Superbikes - Silverstone BSB: Byrne wins titanic three-way scrap
Marco Melandri won race 2 at Magny-Cours after he ignored team orders to allow team-mate Sylvain Guintoli to take the lead. More »Superbikes - Magny-Cours WSBK: Melandri ignores team orders for race two win
Honda Racing will concentrate solely on the MCE British Superbike championship next year, and won’t be competing in the Pirelli Superstock or Motorpoint British More »Superbikes - Honda to concentrate solely on Superbike class in 2015